2012-12-12 08:33:15 -
Conny Udd is appointed as the new CEO of Rejlers Ingenjörer, the largest company
in the Rejler Group. The company has over 900 employees and provides engineering
services in Sweden. Conny Udd takes office on January 1th, 2013.
"Rejlers has many talented leaders. I am very pleased that Conny Udd accepts the
CEO position when Jonas Nilsson now resigns due to personal reasons. Jonas has
done a fantastic job over the last few years, when Rejlers has grown rapidly in
Sweden and I am convinced that Conny successfully will take over the lead", says
Eva Nygren, President and CEO of Rejlers.
Conny Udd has worked in Rejlers in a total of 15 years and has a track record as
consultant, group- and site manager. He leaves his most
recent position as
deputy CEO and marketing manager in Rejlers Ingenjörer.
Jonas Nilsson joined Rejlers 1999 and for the past three years he has been CEO
of Rejlers Ingenjörer. Jonas will continue to work as project manager for major
assignments at Rejlers. He will also be responsible for the "Senior Advisory
Board" whose task is to support the Group management in the development of
For further information:
Eva Nygren; President and CEO, +46 73 412 66 60, e-mail: email@example.com
Conny Udd; incoming CEO Rejlers Ingenjörer, +46 54 14 46 31, e-mail:
Rejlers is a Nordic expertise group within electro-technology, energy,
mechanics, automation, electronics IT and telecommunications. Rejlers' shares
are listed on the NASDAQ OMX Stock Exchange.
Rejlers discloses the information provided herein pursuant to the Securities
Markets Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was
submitted for publication at 08.30 on 12 December 2012.
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